I am so aggravated. I was stringing one of my racquets tonight in a rush -- I know that is a big mistake -- and I accidentally started the crosses at the second cross instead of the first. I used a starting clamp as I normally do, and didn't catch it until I went to tie off the top cross as I was finishing up. Plus, I was stringing with my only set of WC Turbo Twist. So here is my question. I strung it as a full bed, in a two piece job. Mains at 58lbs. Crosses at 56 lbs. Do I just go hit with it as is -- so I can see if this is a string I want to look into using more. I don't think I will damage the racquet and I think I will get an idea of how the string plays regardless of the missing cross. But then again, I haven't ever done this before and it is a bit of uncharted waters for me here. Or do I take the tail piece of string left over and patch in a top cross, essentially making this a three piece patch job? I don't really want to do that as I will likely have to widen one grommet for the extra tie off, but I would rather do this than cut out the strings and start over. So is it ok as is to test out this string with the missing cross or do I need to patch it?